You are about to spend a bomb on your home renovation, but you still have a little fellow nagging you and saying, ‘will hardwood flooring look good, or do I fix a fancy sink here? All these troublesome thoughts keep pestering you and you wonder what the end result will look like. Unless you have a supernaturally vivid imagination, you won’t really know the perfect choices until the contractor drives the last nail and tightens the last screw! Alas it is too late. That’s why augmented and virtual reality are the most modern technique that builders and designers are opting for.
Seeing the unseen- Virtual reality consistently wows anyone who is ready to take a trip down the lane and see what the end result would be like. This is not just for watching or playing video games or 3D movies, this has gradually crept into a lot of fields including home renovation where you can actually see the unseen and can do up your home without any problems.
The home of your dreams – Remodeling is just scratching the drywall of what Virtual Reality (VR) can do for your home. If changing the appliances in the kitchen can be daunting imagine building a dream home from scratch. VR helps you to get the right notion as to how your home will look after renovation. Should the fridge go in the corner or next to the sink? Will dark blue make your room look smaller? Does stainless steel blend with the marble counter tops? VR helps you to choose, and you can keep fiddling till you are satisfied with your mix, match and blend options.
Designers may present homeowners with drawings that they can’t grasp, or with renderings that provide an incomplete sense of how to navigate a finished room. As a result you start the project with just a murky sense as to how it will look. VR helps you to walk through the entire process, visualizing, making changes and getting the actual feel as to what the end result will be. What if you can actually perceive the bedroom window frame, and see the sunshine streaming through, and appraise the sightlines from the kitchen island to the living room. How many unwelcome surprises could one avoid?
VR is the new concept in real estate industry, whether it is just renovation or building an entire project. You can actually walk through the whole project even before you have started it, choose the wall colors, the materials, see how certain placements work you can actually see it. An empty space where nothing but grass is growing can step by step turn into an attractive deck , or a room can be decorated and remodeled , you can keep pulling down imaginary walls and come up with new ones till you are satisfied. VR helps you to walk through the rooms which, in 2 dimensional drawings, are difficult to understand.